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Symptoms Of Swollen Feet
I've had every test ex ray ultrasounds and nothing comes up! symptoms : swollen feet hair loss , joint pain , rashes , fever blood in urine, low vit d.
Syndrome: More information needed, have you seen a rheumatologist? ...Read more
My Primary is out of town, received lab results with + for IGG P41 and 39; 9 CRP. Symptoms swollen tendons in both feet/ankles. Stiffness upon waking.
Likely a neg test: You have circulating antibodies that bind to 2 of the proteins on the Lyme disease panel. A high percentage of people who have never been exposed to Lyme's disease will have such antibodies. A person who is infected would be expected to have more antibodies that bind a higher percentage of the proteins in the test (>4 + IgG results, statistically). ...Read more
Please doc, can swollen feet be a symptom of filariasis even without any form of itching on the body? Thanks
It might, but: With filiariasis you can get a lymphatic obstruction that leads to typically massive peripheral edema of the arms and/or feet. A blood test can be helpful in ruling this out, but if the swelling is just in the feet and not too bad the probability is likely low. If it worsens, do see a doctor. ...Read more
What to do if I have dizziness, sometimes pain in my chest or feel like can't breath, swollen feet, weakness when walk or carry something. Are they symptoms?
I frequently get episodes of swollen feet and legs and hands and i suffer from sinus problems migraines, is there a link between the two symptoms?
Could a shakey left hand, wobbly walking, swollen feet & ankles (for over 2 weeks) be symptoms of parkinson's? I've been tested for everything else
What are the symptoms of heart enlargment? I have dizziness, sometimes pain in my chest or feel like can't breath, swollen feet, weakness when walk or carry something.
See doctor: You just named several if you are only 31 years old and you are experiencing these symptoms i highly suggest you make a appointment with a primary care physician sooner than later. ...Read more
Differential: The differential diagnosis for these symptoms can vary from venous stasis to infection to charcot arthropathy. Many systemic problems (congestive heart failure, kidney failure, liver disease, etc) can also cause swelling the lower extremities. I recommend an evaluation by your primary care physician. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See your doctor: Swollen feet may be caused by several conditions, such as, heart disease, varicose veins, poor circulation, etc. Have a thorough exam. Swelling may be reduced by keeping your legs elevated, support stockings, and medications. Discuss the treatment options with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers